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Title: College of Architecture records
Identification: UA371
Date: ca. 1925-ca. 1995 (bulk dates ca. 1940-ca. 1990)
Size/Quantity: 98.0 linear feet (98 record center cartons)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Architecture.
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:This collection is made up of four series that document the day-to-day operations of the College of Architecture as well as the professional work of the Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan architectural firm, particularly the Tech buildings designed by the firm.
General noteIn an effort to make this collection accessible, a box-level inventory is given below. In the future, we hope to provide a fuller description of parts of the collection.

Biographical/Historical Note

The College of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology celebrated 100 years of architectural study and teaching at Tech in 2008. Founded as the Department of Architecture in 1908, it became known as the School of Architecture after World War II. In 1975, the School of Architecture became its own college and was renamed the College of Architecture.

The impetus for the creation of the Department of Architecture at Tech came from a Civil Engineering student, Ernest Daniel ("Ed") Ivey (1887-1966), who in 1907 asked for a meeting with President Matheson to discuss the possibility of forming an architecture program. The first courses in Architecture were offered the next year, with Ivey among the first group of students. In 1911, Ivey left Tech to start his architectural career before completing the degree requirements. However, that same year seven students were the first to receive Bachelor of Science degrees in Architecture, and four more graduated in the following year. In 1912, the Department of Architecture included forty-two full-time students and three faculty members. James Herbert Gailey (1887-1966), who came to be known as “Doc” Gailey, began a forty-two year career on the faculty in that year.

Classes were taught on the third floor of the Electrical Building during the first years of the Department of Architecture. The Department remained at that location until 1920, when it was moved to the third floor of the Mechanical Engineering Building. Two years later, the Department moved again, this time to the Physics Building, where it would remain until 1952. In that year, a new building dedicated to the study and teaching of architecture was finally completed.

During the early years of architecture at Tech, courses were taught in the Beaux-Arts tradition, in which students participated in a series of competitive juried projects awarded by institutions such as the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design (BAID) and the Southern Intercollegiate Competition. In the latter competition, Tech students placed first and second during the five-year period between 1922 and 1926; in the same period Tech students received several Mentions from the BAID. The program was structured into two educational tracks during the 1920s: The first course of study was a regular four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree; the second, a two-year program, led to a Certificate of Proficiency. In 1925, Tech became the first school in the South to be elected to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. The school was accredited by the American Institute of Architects in the same year. By 1927 Tech had become the largest architectural school in the South, with over 100 students and seven faculty members.

Under the new leadership of Harold Bush-Brown (1888-1983), who took over the chairmanship of the Department of Architecture in 1925, the Department began to forge a new direction away from the traditional architectural design of the Beaux-Arts toward a more modern approach influenced by the Bauhaus movement. This "slow revolution," as Bush-Brown referred to it, began during the early to mid 1930s. During this decade, major figures in the Bauhaus movement such as Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe came to the United States to teach. Paul M. Heffernan (1909-1987), who had trained at Iowa State, Harvard, and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, arrived at Tech in 1938. Tech came under pressure by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture to abandon some of the traditions of the Beaux-Arts training methods during this period. Following the example of other prominent schools in the nation, Tech began a five-year curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1934. The four-year Bachelor of Science degree remained in place for those not wishing to become architects.

The student and faculty population fell during the Depression and the years of World War II. In 1937 only nine students graduated in architecture, and in 1940 there were only nineteen graduates. During the war enrollment reached its lowest point of twenty-two students and four faculty. For a brief period during World War II the degree of Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering was offered; after the war the program reverted to the four-year and five-year degrees that were instituted in the 1930s.

The post-war period saw a resurgence in enrollment, with an average of more than 400 students in architectural programs during the late 1940s and early 1950s. With the reorganization and change of name to the Georgia Institute of Technology under President Van Leer came the creation of the School of Architecture in 1948, which placed Architecture as an equal to other schools within the College of Engineering. The addition of three faculty members, Jim Edwards, Thomas Godfrey, and Samuel T. Hurst, who had been students of Walter Gropius at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, increased the school’s movement toward the more modern Bauhaus approach. In 1944, the architecture firm of Bush-Brown and Gailey along with associates R. L. Aeck and Paul Heffernan participated in the creation of a campus master plan. Included were proposals for several buildings, among them a building for the School of Architecture. The firm of Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan designed and built numerous buildings on the Tech campus prior to the war and during the post-war building boom, including not only the Architecture Building but also the Old West Stands of Grant Field, the School of Textile Engineering, the Price Gilbert Library, and several dormitories.

The new Architecture Building, which was designed by Heffernan and built in 1952, was constructed as a functionalist building with intellectual zones and public spaces that corresponded to the expanding curricular needs of the architecture program. The growth of the industrial design program led to the addition to the faculty of the Bauhaus-trained Hin Bredendieck in the same year that the new building was completed. Master’s degrees in Architecture and City Planning were also granted for the first time during the early 1950s, and later in the decade the first Bachelor’s degrees in Industrial Design and Building Construction were awarded. Women were admitted to degree programs in Architecture beginning in 1953. The first woman to graduate, Thera H. Richter, completed a Master of City Planning degree in 1959. Two undergraduate women, Esther Behar and Barbara Field, were the first to graduate with five-year Bachelor of Architecture degrees in 1966.

In 1956, after thirty-one years of leadership, Harold Bush-Brown retired as Director of the School of Architecture. J. H. Gailey retired in the same year. After Bush-Brown’s retirement, Paul Heffernan took over as Director, a position he would hold for twenty years. During Heffernan’s tenure, the first African-American students in architecture graduated, among them Bill Stanley (in 1972) and his future wife Ivenue Love-Stanley (in 1977). In 1972 the first Paris Program began with study abroad programs in Italy. By 1975 the program had moved to Paris and expanded to a full year.

By the late 1960s, the architectural programs at Tech were coming under criticism from the National Architectural Accrediting Board for their lack of "innovation" and "dynamism." In 1971 the Board encouraged Tech to convert from the traditional five-year degree to a four-year undergraduate and two-year graduate degree. Accordingly, Tech instituted four-year Bachelor of Science and two-year Master of Architecture degrees in 1973. In 1975, the last year of Heffernan’s tenure as Director, the School of Architecture became its own college and was renamed the College of Architecture. William L. Fash (1931-2002) became the College’s first Dean.

In 1980, during Fash’s tenure, the graduate wing of the College of Architecture was added to the 1952 building. Designed by Jerome Cooper of the architectural firm of Cooper-Carry, the new structure was a "corduroy building compared to the bowtie and tweed jacket next door," according to George Barnett Johnston, an Associate Professor of Architecture at Georgia Tech. Like the 1952 building, with its spaces devoted to design labs the addition represents a response to the changing needs of architectural education, the movement away from drafting toward a growing emphasis on design. Students became involved in projects such as the John Hedjuk cubes and the Mad Housers shelter constructions for the homeless during the 1980s. Computer-assisted design also began to be incorporated into the curriculum in 1984.

Thomas D. Galloway (1939-2007) succeeded Fash as Dean when ill health forced Fash to step down in 1992. Two more European study programs were established during the early part of Galloway’s administration. Galloway also oversaw the 1999 switch from the quarter to the semester system, and he initiated the Common First Year program for architecture students, in which all students follow a curriculum introducing a range of design issues and problems.

After Galloway’s untimely death in 2007, Douglas C. Allen took over as Interim Dean for one year. Allen was instrumental in obtaining financial resources for the Solar Decathlon project, a collaborative venture involving students in several branches of the architecture program that won the BP Innovation Award. He also oversaw the transfer of the Heffernan Design Archives to the Georgia Tech Archives.

In July 2008, Alan Balfour was appointed the third Dean of the College of Architecture. He oversees five academic units, seven research centers, more than 700 undergraduates, and more than 500 graduate students in the building and design programs at Tech.

Source: Elizabeth Meredith Dowling and Lisa M. Thomason (eds.), One Hundred Years of Architectural Education: 1908-2008 Georgia Tech (Atlanta, Ga.: Georgia Tech College of Architecture, 2009).


Scope and Content Note

Series 1 consists of administrative files. Included in this series are the files of those who held various administrative positions in Architecture, particularly Harold Bush-Brown, who was the head of Architecture from 1925 to 1956; P. M. Heffernan, Director of the School of Architecture from 1956 to 1976; and William L. Fash, the first Dean of the College of Architecture. The files of other administrators also form part of this series, including Alan H. Balfour (files are from the 1978-1988 period, during which he served as a Director); Joseph N. Smith, who held the position of Assistant Dean for Instruction until his retirement in 1981; John Templer, the first Director of the doctoral programs in architecture; John A. Kelly, who served as Associate Dean from 1983 to 1993; and John H. Myers, Assistant Dean for Research Administration during the late 1980s and early 1990s.

The second series contains the architectural records of faculty administrators who maintained architectural practices while at Georgia Tech. Particularly significant are the records of Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan, the architectural firm responsible for the design and construction of many Tech buildings from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. These records provide documentation for the design and construction of these and other buildings completed by the firm. The planning files of P. M. Heffernan are also included in this series.

Series 3 contains materials from the 1980s on the Center for Architectural Conservation, a center operated under the College of Architecture. The contents of the boxes appear to be alphabetical subject files maintained by the Center, on policies and procedures, background, and curriculum, among other subjects.

The last series, Series 4, is made up of general subject files on admissions; curriculum; study abroad programs, particularly the Cortona and Paris programs; faculty searches; awards and certificates; information packet mailings (mailings in response to inquiries about the architecture programs at Tech); files related to accreditation; and a variety of other topics. Also included in this series are departmental files containing general administrative files, annual reports, information on the study abroad programs, curriculum, and general subject files.


Arrangement

Arranged into four series:

SERIES 1. Administrative files

SERIES 2. Architectural files

SERIES 3. Center for Architectural Conservation

SERIES 4. Subject files


Index Terms

Architecture--Study and teaching--Georgia--Atlanta.
Balfour, Alan, (Alan H.)
Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan (Architectural firm).
Bush-Brown, Harold
Fash, William L., 1932-2001
Gailey, James Herbert, 1887-1966
Galloway, Thomas D.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Buildings.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Center for Architectural Conservation.
Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Architecture.
Heffernan, P. M., (Paul Malcolm), 1909-1987
Kelly, John A.
Myers, John H.
Schools of architecture--Georgia--Atlanta.
Smith, Joseph N., 1925-2008
Templer, John A.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite College of Architecture Records (UA371), Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

Most boxes were transferred to the Archives in 1992 and 1993. Accession number 2006.030.

Processing Information

Christine de Catanzaro and Mallory Velten processed these records in September 2009.

Accruals

Additional materials will probably be added to this collection in the future.

Revisions to Finding Aid

January 2010:
  • Box-folder lists for selected materials in Series 1 and 2 added.

  • Restrictions

    Restrictions: Access

    Materials in some of the boxes, particularly those in Series 4, are restricted due to privacy and confidentiality concerns, or because of the FERPA Act. The floppy diskettes in Boxes 38, 39, 42, and 95 are currently inaccessible.

    Restrictions: Use

    Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.


    Separated Material

    The visual materials in this collection, which include photographs and architectural drawings, will be removed and processed separately as VAUA371.

    Twenty-three linear feet in the original donation were transferred to Records Management in September 2009. A concordance of old and new box numbers is available in the Archives reading room.


    Related Material

    The Facilities Department Records, Drawings, and Photographs and Slides (UA316, VAUA316) also contain materials on the Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan buildings. Collections from the Georgia Tech Design Archives also document the drawings of these and other campus buildings, the history of architecture at Georgia Tech, and the professional lives of faculty and alumni. As of this writing (September 2009), these materials will be processed during the next few years.


    Other Finding Aids

    A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.


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    SERIES 1: Administrative files, ca. 1920-ca. 1995

    Arrangement

    Files have been arranged alphabetically or chronologically in each box.

    Description

    This series contains mainly files from the various administrators of the College of Architecture, ranging in date from about 1920 to the early 1990s. Many sets of day letters form a part of this series, with some student work, files on classes, expenses and financial information, and correspondence. In the Bush-Brown records, particularly in Box 41, some files on Bush-Brown, Gailey and Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan campus building projects are included.

    Box

    71Balfour, Alan - Administrative Files, 1980s

    Contains student work, files on classes

    Box

    41Bush-Brown, Harold - Administrative Files, 1920s-1950s

    Box

    37Bush-Brown, Harold - Administrative Files, ca. 1940-ca. 1959

    Box

    60Bush-Brown, Harold - Departmental Files, 1970s

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    551Fash, William L. - Day letters, January 1986
    552Fash, William L. - Day letters, February 1986
    553Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), March 1986
    554Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), March 1986
    555Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 3), April 1986
    556Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 3), April 1986
    557Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 3 of 3), April 1986
    558Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), May 1986
    559Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), May 1986
    5510Fash, William L. - Day letters, June 1986
    5511Fash, William L. - Day letters, July 1986
    5512Fash, William L. - Day letters, August 1986
    5513Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), September 1986
    5514Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), September 1986
    5515Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 3), October 1986
    5516Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 3), October 1986
    5517Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 3), October 1986
    5518Fash, William L. - Day letters, November 1986
    5519Fash, William L. - Day letters, December 1986

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    841Fash, William L. - Day letters, January 1987
    842Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), February 1987
    843Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), February 1987
    844Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), March 1987
    845Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), March 1987
    846Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), April 1987
    847Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), April 1987
    848Fash, William L. - Day letters, May 1987
    849Fash, William L. - Day letters, June 1987
    8410Fash, William L. - Day letters, July 1987
    8411Fash, William L. - Day letters, August 1987
    8412Fash, William L. - Day letters, September 1987
    8413Fash, William L. - Day letters, October 1987
    8414Fash, William L. - Day letters, November 1987
    8415Fash, William L. - Day letters, December 1987

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    11Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), February 1988
    12Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), February 1988
    13Fash, William L. - Day letters, March 1988
    14Fash, William L. - Day letters, April 1988
    15Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), May 1988
    16Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), May 1988
    17Fash, William L. - Day letters, June 1988
    18Fash, William L. - Day letters, July 1988
    19Fash, William L. - Day letters, August 1988
    110Fash, William L. - Day letters, September 1988
    111Fash, William L. - Day letters, January 1989
    112Fash, William L. - Dean's travel (RESTRICTED), 1981-1982
    113Fash, William L. - Dean's expenses (RESTRICTED), 1980-1981
    114Fash, William L. - Dean's expenses (RESTRICTED), 1985-1986
    115Fash, William L. - Dean's expenses (RESTRICTED), 1986-1987
    116Fash, William L. - Dean's expense vouchers (Folder 1 of 2) (RESTRICTED), 1982-1983
    117Fash, William L. - Dean's expense vouchers (Folder 2 of 2) (RESTRICTED), 1982-1983

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    31Fash, William L. - Dean's expenses (Folder 1 of 2) (RESTRICTED), 1983-1984
    32Fash, William L. - Dean's expenses (Folder 2 of 2) (RESTRICTED), 1983-1984
    33Fash, William L. - Day letters, October 1988
    34Fash, William L. - Day letters, November 1988
    35Fash, William L. - Day letters, December 1988
    36Fash, William L. - Day letters, February 1989
    37Fash, William L. - Day letters, March 1989
    38Fash, William L. - Day letters, April 1989
    39Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), May 1989
    310Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), May 1989
    311Fash, William L. - Day letters, June 1989
    312Fash, William L. - Day letters, July 1989
    313Fash, William L. - Day letters, August 1989
    314Fash, William L. - Day letters, September 1989
    315Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), October 1989
    316Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), October 1989
    317Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), November 1989
    318Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), November 1989
    319Fash, William L. - Day letters, December 1989

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    51Fash, William L. - Dean's expenses (RESTRICTED), 1984-1985
    52Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), January 1990
    53Fash, William L. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), January 1990
    54Fash, William L. - Day letters, February 1990
    55Fash, William L. - Day letters, March 1990
    56Fash, William L. - Day letters, April 1990
    57Fash, William L. - Day letters, May 1990
    58Fash, William L. - Day letters, November 1990
    59Georgia Tech Accounting Systems Inquiry Reference Manual, 1985
    510Georgia Institute of Technology Security Procedures Manual, ca. 1990

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    81Fash, William L. - Memos (Folder 1 of 2), 1987-1988
    82Fash, William L. - Memos (Folder 2 of 2), 1987-1988
    83Fash, William L. - Day letters, June 1990
    84Fash, William L. - Day letters, July 1990
    85Fash, William L. - Day letters, August 1990
    86Fash, William L. - Day letters, September 1990
    87Fash, William L. - Day letters, October 1990
    88Fash, William L. - Day letters, December 1990
    89Emergency Operations Plan, 1990
    810College of Architecture Policies and Procedures Manual (folder 1 of 3), 1992
    811College of Architecture Policies and Procedures Manual (folder 2 of 3), 1992
    812College of Architecture Policies and Procedures Manual (folder 3 of 3), 1992
    813Program of Building Construction, undated

    Box

    90Heffernan, P. M. - Departmental Files (RESTRICTED), 1950s-1960s

    Contains travel records and expenses, grades, and personnel files (all files RESTRICTED)

    Box

    68Heffernan, P. M. - Departmental Files (one file RESTRICTED), ca. 1950-ca. 1962

    Contains general office files, alphabetical files, one file labelled "Degree Candidates" (RESTRICTED)

    Box

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    91Kelly, John A. - Day letters, December 1987
    92Kelly, John A. - Day letters, 1988
    93Kelly, John A. - Grant requests (RESTRICTED), 1989

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    141Kelly, John A. - Day letters, January 1987
    142Kelly, John A. - Day letters, February 1987
    143Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2) (RESTRICTED), March 1987
    144Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), March 1987
    145Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), April 1987
    146Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), April 1987
    147Kelly, John A. - Day letters, June 1989
    148Kelly, John A. - Day letters, July 1989
    149Kelly, John A. - Day letters, August 1989
    1410Kelly, John A. - Day letters, September 1989
    1411Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 3), October 1989
    1412Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 3), October 1989
    1413Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 3 of 3), October 1989
    1414Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 1 of 2), November 1989
    1415Kelly, John A. - Day letters (Folder 2 of 2), November 1989
    1416Kelly, John A. - Day letters, December 1989

    Box

    21Myers, John H. - Files, ca. 1990-ca. 1991

    Contains a set of chronological correspondence between November 1990 and August 1991; also some ARP files

    Box

    19Myers, John H. - Files, ca. 1983-ca. 1988

    Contains memos, OCA correspondence, parking information

    Box

    7Smith, Joseph N. - Administrative Files (C-N)(some files are RESTRICTED), 1970s-1980s

    Files include College of Architecture information, files on faculty, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

    Box

    4Smith, Joseph N. - Administrative Files, ca. 1975-ca. 1985

    Box

    2Smith, Joseph N. - Administrative Files, ca. 1984-ca. 1988

    Box

    6Smith, Joseph N. - Administrative Files; Subject Files A-N, ca. 1978-ca. 1982

    Files include American Institute of Architects, graduate program information, files on National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

    Box

    79Smith, Joseph N. Files - A-Course Numbers (one file RESTRICTED), 1971-1975

    Files include American Institute of Architects, correspondence, course development; one file on aptitude test RESTRICTED

    Box

    78Smith, Joseph N. Files - Curriculum-Lecture Program, 1971-1975

    Box

    80Smith, Joseph N. Files - MARTA, 1971-1975

    Box

    77Smith, Joseph N. Files - Minutes-Study Abroad Programs (several files RESTRICTED), 1971-1975

    Files on personnel, student information RESTRICTED

    Box

    76Smith, Joseph N. Files - Miscellaneous, ca. 1970s-ca. 1981

    Files include drawings, teaching files, some correspondence

    Box

    75Smith, Joseph N. Files - T-Z (one file RESTRICTED), 1971-1975

    Files include travel, transfer students (this file RESTRICTED), materials on Cortona study abroad program

    Box

    50Templer, John - Administrative Files, ca. 1980-ca. 1990
     

    SERIES 2: Architectural records, ca. 1925-ca. 1969

    Arrangement

    Files have been arranged alphabetically within each box. A guide to the contents of each box is provided in the description for this series.

    Description

    Series 2 consists mainly of the records of the architectural firms of Bush-Brown, Gailey and Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan. The general office files relating to the firm and dating from the late 1930s and 1940s are found in Box 45; those from the 1950s and 1960s are located in Boxes 48 and 70, respectively. Two boxes of undated general office files, Boxes 58 and 59, are also found in this series. Another box contains predominantly financial records from the 1940s (Box 39). Planning files for various campus architectural projects are in Boxes 86 and 88. Files relating to Georgia State Board matters are in Boxes 86 and 89. The most significant files are those on campus building projects designed by the architectural firm, including the Aeronautics Building (Box 36); the 1952 Architecture Building (Box 44); the 1951 addition to the Research Building (Boxes 38 and 66); the Textile Building (Box 38); various dormitory projects (Boxes 44, 61, 65, and 66); the 1947 West Stands for Grant Field (Box 66); the Library (Box 44); and several other projects.

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    451Arch 204 (folder 1 of 2), undated
    452Arch 204 (folder 2 of 2), undated
    453Arch 205 - shades and shadows (folder 1 of 2), undated
    454Arch 205 - shades and shadows (folder 2 of 2), undated
    455Arch 206 - perspective, undated
    456Arch 322, undated
    457Arch 323 - building materials, undated
    458Arch 324 - building materials, undated
    459Blue Horse flexible notebook, undated
    4510Blueprints, undated
    4511Campus memos, 1983
    4512Concrete test reports and daily reports of concrete plan inspections, 1950-1952
    4513Forms - Ivan Allen Marshall Co., undated
    4514International Filter Company, December 14, 1938
    4515Permutit (filters and scoreboard), 1938-1939
    4516Preliminary report - future physical development at Georgia Tech, March 31, 1942
    4517Research Bldg. Ga. 1577 Cont. 3 - changes and change orders, 1939
    4518Research equipment Ga. 1577-F Cont. 4, 1939
    4519Research Ga. 1577 Cont. 3 - Forms I-96, I-23, 1939
    4520Research Ga. 1577-F Cont. 3 - miscellaneous, 1938-1939
    4521Research Ga. 1577-F Cont. 3 - progress photographs, 1939
    4522Research Ga. 1577-F Cont. 3; shop drawings - sub cont. insurance materials, 1939
    4523Research Ga. 1577-F Cont. 3 - test results, 1938-1939
    4524Research Ga. 1577-F Cont. 3 - weekly reports, 1939
    4525Riggs' class record - R. S. Sturterant, 1940-1941
    4526Schedule forms, undated
    4527Silicate of soda for treating concrete, March 24, 1936
    4528Southern Brick and Tile Manufacturing Association, 1945
    4529"This is Brownskin", undated
    4530West stands bids, 1946

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    391Accounts, 1948
    392Aeck, R. L. - statements, 1946-1947
    393Alexander (Brown dorm remodeling), 1948-1950
    394Architecture payroll distribution, 1947
    395Athletic Association - Grant Field, 1944-1946
    396Baker, C. T. - statements, 1946-1949
    397Bank check record, 1949-1950
    398Baughman, Clarence - statements, 1946-1949
    399Bush, Ralph - statements, 1946-1949
    3910Conner Thompson, undated
    3911Delay, George - statements, 1945-1946
    3912Edwards, Griffeth - statements, 1946
    3913Financial statements - Georgia Tech, 1946-1947
    3914Grow, George - statements, 1947
    3915Invoices, 1947-1950
    3916J. H. Gailey, 1945-1947
    3917J. H. Gailey - correspondence, 1948-1950
    3918Jacobs, Clarence R. - statements, 1948-1949
    3919Letters to B-BG and H from First National Bank of Atlanta, 1955-1957
    3920Miscellaneous financial, 1944-1945
    3921Monthly payroll, 1944-1946
    3922Newcomb and Boyd, 1946-1950
    3923Nichols Contracting Company, May 31, 1948
    3924Partnership returns (state and federal), 1945-1951
    3925Payroll distribution, undated
    3926Payroll distribution, 1944-1947
    3927Payroll distributions, 1946-1950
    3928Payroll distributions, 1947-1948
    3929Payroll distributions, other statements, 1944-1948
    3930Personal, 1940-1942
    3931Personal, 1948-1952
    3932Personal - Gailey, 1939-1940
    3933Pollard, James J. - statements, 1946-1950
    3934Profit and loss statements, 1945-1946
    3935Research Building addition, 1946-1949
    3936Rogers, Allan - statements, 1948
    3937School correspondence - J. H. Gailey, 1947-1952
    3938Smith office furniture; also calculator, 1946-1948
    3939Special account, 1944-1947
    3940Special account, 1947-1948
    3941Special account, 1948
    3942Statements, 1949-1950
    3943Various statements, undated
    3944W. H. Armstrong - statements, September 17, 1948
    3945Work sheets, 1945-1947
    3946WPA swimming pool, locker room, etc., 1938-1939

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    481Agricultural Center Bldg./Bethlehem Steel, undated
    482Blueprints, undated
    483Blueprints, 1950
    484Blueprints, 1950
    485Blueprints - "our copies", 1948-1950
    486Board of Regents - excerpts of minutes, 1944-1945
    487Booklet - chromated zinc chloride (wood preservative), 1936
    488Campus correspondence, 1938-1951
    489Campus plans - GA Tech Dept. of Arch., 1944
    4810Correspondence - contracts, 1930
    4811Dept. equipment, 1947
    4812Evaluation of courses, 1948
    4813H. J. C. Pearson - Aeronautics building, 1930-1931
    4814Italian photographs, undated
    4815Manhole construction, undated
    4816Materials - Aeronautics building, undated
    4817National Design Specification (lumber), 1944
    4818P. A. Award to B-B and G Architects, etc., 1947
    4819Correspondence, 1948-1949
    4820Inventory, undated
    4821Purchase orders (folder 1 of 2), 1950-1951
    4822Purchase orders (folder 2 of 2), 1947-1950
    4823Purchase orders, 1951-1952
    4824Purchase orders, 1951-1952
    4825Purchase orders, 1951-1952
    4826Purchase orders, 1952
    4827School, 1948-1949
    4828Score board, 1938-1947
    4829Specifications, 1930-1933
    4830Water filters, 1938
    4831WPA project proposal - Chemistry Annex, 1941-1942

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    701"A Half Century of Architectural Education" - set of close-up installation photographs, undated
    702American Architect Reference Data (number two), October 1932
    703The American Federation of Arts - The Ideal Theater: Eight Concepts, 1965
    704The American Federation of Arts - Modern Spanish Painting - Seven Catalonian Artists, 1965
    705The American Federation of Arts - Style and Security, October 1996
    706Architecture drawings, October 1946
    707Architecture school information and diagrams, 1968-1969
    708Blueprints/plans, 1949
    709Blueprints/plans and bending details, 1946
    7010Bruce Goff, 1967-1968
    7011Budget amendment packet, December 1982
    7012Budget and financial information: documents and correspondence, 1983
    7013Building photographs, 1956
    7014Charles W. Moore and Vernon M. Shipley, Jr., 1965
    7015Check list for the review of local subdivision controls, January 1947
    7016Class record books (RESTRICTED), 1951-1960
    7017Class record books (RESTRICTED), 1961-1969
    7018Correspondence (rest of folder title missing), 1925
    7019Correspondence, 1964-1966
    7020Correspondence and exhibit information, 1954-1968
    7021Correspondence between J. A. Jones Construction Company, Inc. and Georgia Tech Athletic Association, Inc., 1946-1948
    7022Correspondence - John L. Skinner, 1925
    7023Correspondence, school and research information, 1964-1966
    7024Course drop slips, 1968
    7025Detail drawings, undated
    7026Duplicate statements, bills, and misc., 1948-1950
    7027Edwards and Portman, 1967
    7028Exhibit flyers and information, 1958-1968
    7029Gale - mosaic tile (3 pm), February 28, 1964
    7030The Grand Design (Pat Connell), 1967-1968
    7031Granville, November 18, 1963
    7032Hospital graphics and wayfind, undated
    7033The Ideal Theater of Concepts - AFA, October 1965
    7034Katharine Kuh, 1962-1965
    7035L'Architecture Visionnaire, 1967
    7036Lectures, November-December 1967
    7037Mail to Vernon Shipley - The Mead Corporation art collection (exhibition), 1967
    7038Marijke Neyens Wiegman - tapestry show, 1968-1969
    7039May - Ivan Allen, etc., 1962-1964
    7040Mead, 1967-1968
    7041Metal Trim Layout - arch. drawing, December 28, 1950
    7042Miscellaneous, undated
    7043Mr. B-B, Mr. Smith, Mr. Skinner, 1964-1965
    7044New West Stands - information sheets, 1947
    7045Pamphlets, undated
    7046Paper conference, 1983
    7047Personnel actions, 1983
    7048Personnel records and budget amendment requests, 1982-1983
    7049Peter Blake, 1964
    7050Rudolph, 1967-1968
    7051Specifications - packet, undated
    7052Stad Pampus exhibition, 1967
    7053Student programs - second year, 1962-1963
    7054Syd Solomon, May 1965
    7055USEP 3 booklet: Findings from the Development of USEP, September 1978
    7056W. W. Frischmann, 1965-1966

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    581Advertisement for bids, undated
    582Carpentry, undated
    583Cast stone, undated
    584Caulking, undated
    585Cold storage insulations, undated
    586Cover sheet, undated
    587General conditions, undated
    588Instructions to bidders, 1946-1950
    589Proposals (folder 1 of 2), undated
    5810Proposals (folder 2 of 2), undated
    5811Table of contents, undated

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    591Acoustical work, undated
    592Air conditioning, undated
    593Alternatives, undated
    594Asphalt tile flooring, undated
    595Bookstacks, undated
    596Concrete, undated
    597Doors - aluminum, undated
    598Doors - hollow metal (and pressed steel door frames), undated
    599Doors - industrial steel, undated
    5910Doors - metal covered, undated
    5911Doors - overhead, undated
    5912Doors - steel rolling, undated
    5913Earthwork, undated
    5914Electrical work, undated
    5915Flagstone, undated
    5916Glass and glazing, undated
    5917Glass block work, undated
    5918Hardware, undated
    5919Heating, undated
    5920Incidental work, undated
    5921Lathing and plastering, undated
    5922Limestone, undated
    5923Masonry, undated
    5924Millwork, undated
    5925Miscellaneous divisions, undated
    5926Miscellaneous furnishings and equipment, undated
    5927Miscellaneous metals, undated
    5928Painting, undated
    5929Piles - cast-in-place concrete, undated
    5930Specification cover sheet, undated

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    861Chattanooga Housing - associated mechanical contractors, 1968
    862Chattanooga Housing - Ayers Motor Company, November 6, 1969
    863Chattanooga Housing - Blue Cross, April 15, 1968
    864Chattanooga Housing - Chattanooga Turnkey, April 1, 1969
    865Chattanooga Housing - Citipark Incorporated, April 15, 1968
    866Chattanooga Housing - Community Improvement, 1964
    867Chattanooga Housing - Ford-Chrysler and Newton Chevrolet, 1964-1965
    868Chattanooga Housing specifications - Cameron Hill apartments, 1962-1969
    869Equipment and supplies (folder 1 of 2), undated
    8610Equipment and supplies (folder 2 of 2), undated
    8611Georgia State Board - George Nifong, 1967-1968
    8612Georgia State Board matters (folder 1 of 2), 1961-1965
    8613Georgia State Board matters (folder 2 of 2), 1961-1965
    8614Georgia State Board meetings - material and minutes (folder 1 of 2), 1964-1967
    8615Georgia State Board meetings - material and minutes (folder 2 of 2), 1964-1967
    8616Georgia State Board - N.C.A.R.B. - misc. information, 1954
    8617National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, 1962
    8618Planning: infirmary, 1958-1960
    8619Planning: M. E. building, 1958-1960
    8620Planning: Price Gilbert Library, 1957-1958
    8621Planning: Radioisotope building, 1956-1961
    8622Planning: research, 1958
    8623Planning: Southern Technical Instit., July - December 1958
    8624Planning: S.R.E.B., 1956-1957
    8625Planning: Student Union building, 1960-1964
    8626Planning: Tau Beta Pi key, 1963-1964
    8627Planning: War Memorial, 1961
    8628Planning: Wesley Foundation, 1959-1960
    8629State Board examinations, 1967
    8630State Board meetings, July 1967

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    881Chattanooga Housing - Golden Gateway Urban Renewal Project Tenn. R-10, 1962-1969
    882Chattanooga Housing - IBM Project, 1967-1968
    883Chattanooga Housing - Jaycee Future Corporation, November 1, 1967
    884Chattanooga Housing - Purse Company, November 11, 1969
    885Chattanooga Housing - Tennessee Hospital Service Assoc. Building, February 8, 1968
    886Chattanooga Housing - Wamp Project, 1968-1970
    887Fraternity houses, 1949-1954
    888OWPR - C. P. research, 1966-1969
    889Planning: A. E. Shop Building, June 1957
    8810Planning: Advanced Planning Committee, 1956-1964
    8811Planning: Architecture Building, 1957-1964
    8812Planning: Chapel, 1956-1963
    8813Planning: Chemical Engineering, 1958-1962
    8814Planning: classroom building, 1956-1962
    8815Planning: Crenshaw Field House, 1960-1961
    8816Planning: dormitories, 1958-1960
    8817Planning: E. E. Building, 1958-1960
    8818Planning: fraternity houses, 1954-1964
    8819Planning: general (folder 1 of 2), 1957-1963
    8820Planning: general (folder 2 of 2), 1957-1963

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    891Correspondence, 1968-1969
    892Court papers - State Board for Examination, Qualification and Registration of Architects v. Robert P. Adamson, 1969
    893Georgia State Board, 1970
    894NCARB and Georgia State Board, 1968-1969
    895State Board Meeting, September 1967-January 1968
    896State Board Meeting, January-February 1968
    897State Board Meeting, February-April 1968
    898State Board Meeting, April-August 1968
    899State Board Meeting, August-December 1968
    8910State Board Meeting, September-December 1968
    8911State Board Meeting, September 1968-January 1969
    8912State Board Meeting (folder 1 of 2), December 1968-January 1969
    8913State Board Meeting (folder 2 of 2), December 1968-January 1969

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    361Aeck, Richard L., 1945
    362Aeronautics building - bidders, 1930
    363Aluminum casement windows, undated
    364ARCH 8153 C Reserve - Le Corbusier, undated
    365ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 14 c.2 - Milgram, undated
    366ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 18 c.1 - ch. 8 (2 copies), undated
    367ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 19 c.1 - Zimring, undated
    368ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 20 c.1 - Archea, undated
    369ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 21 c.1 - Knight, Weitzer, and Zimring, undated
    3610ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 22 c.1 - Zeisel, Epp, and Demos, undated
    3611ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 23 c.1 - Proter and Mikellides, undated
    3612ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 24 c.1 - Archea, Collins, and Stahl, undated
    3613ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 25 c.1 - Best, undated
    3614ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 26 c.1 - Zimring and Reizenstein, undated
    3615ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 27 c.1 - Zimring, undated
    3616ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 28 c.1 - Zeisel, undated
    3617ARCH 8554 A3 Reserve 29 c.1 - "Liability"; three articles, undated
    3618Architects' statements, 1930-1931
    3619Asbestos, undated
    3620Bids, proposals, and correspondence, 1930
    3621Booklet - Marble in the Hospital, undated
    3622Booklets - interior decorating, undated
    3623Building code regulations/modern building construction, undated
    3624Budget packet, 1982
    3625Campus planning, 1942-1943
    3626Ceramics house - Georgia Tech, 1945
    3627Col. B. R. Van Leer - general correspondence, 1944-1945
    3628Concrete/steel, 1949
    3629Contractor's estimates - aero. building, 1930
    3630Contractor's statements and general correspondence with Brazell-Miller - Aeronautics building, 1930-1934
    3631Copper/brass, 1941-1952
    3632Correspondence, 1944-1945
    3633Correspondence, September 1948
    3634Correspondence and cost estimates, 1944-1945
    3635Design manual - TECO timber connector construction, undated
    3636Details - Aeronautics building, 1930
    3637Dr. Brittain - Aeronautics building, 1930-1931
    3638Dry brick walls, undated
    3639Estimates, 1944-1946
    3640Floodlighting, undated
    3641General office correspondence - miscellaneous, 1945-1946
    3642Glass, undated
    3643Guggenheim bust and bronze plate - Aeronautics building, 1930-1931
    3644Hardware, undated
    3645Heating and plumbing, undated
    3646Interior decorating pamphlets/booklets, undated
    3647Landscaping-planning, undated
    3648Lead, 1943-1949
    3649Lighting, undated
    3650Markel - Aeronautics building, 1930-1931
    3651Masonry and concrete, undated
    3652Metal lath, undated
    3653Moisture condensation, undated
    3654Montgomery Knight - Aeronautics building, 1930
    3655O. I. Freeman, 1946
    3656R. S. King - Aeronautics building, 1930-1931
    3657Seal plate, undated
    3658Sound, undated
    3659Stainless steel, undated
    3660State engineering experiment station, 1933-1935
    3661Steel, 1941
    3662Steelways, July-November 1951
    3663Stone, undated
    3664Terra cotta, undated
    3665Tiles, undated
    3666Time cards, etc., undated
    3667Veterans Housing Committee, 1945-1946
    3668Waldes Truarc - retaining rings (booklet), undated
    3669Wood/timber, undated

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    381Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    382Alterations to buildings at Naval Air Station (R. J. Snelling desk copy), July 23, 1946
    383Bulletin no. 2 - Textile building (R. J. Snelling desk copy), August 29, 1947
    384Certificate of payment forms, May 3, 1954
    385Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    386Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    387Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    388Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    389Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3810Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3811Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3812Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3813Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3814Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3815Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3816Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3817Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3818Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3819Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3820Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3821Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3822Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3823Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3824Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3825Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3826Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3827Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3828Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3829Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3830Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3831Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3832Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3833Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3834Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3835Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3836Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3837Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3838Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3839Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3840Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3841Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3842Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3843Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3844Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3845Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3846Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3847Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3848Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    3849Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated

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    441Addition to dining hall, 1948-1950
    442Addition to dining hall (R. J. Snelling desk copy), June 14, 1948
    443Alterations and additions to the Chemistry Annex - specifications, undated
    444Alterations to Julius Brown dormitory (R. J. Snelling desk copy), February 2, 1948
    445Architecture Building (folder 1 of 4), undated
    446Architecture Building (folder 2 of 4), undated
    447Architecture Building (folder 3 of 4), undated
    448Architecture Building (folder 4 of 4), undated
    449Architecture Building bulletin no. 2, undated
    4410Architecture Building bulletin no. 3, 1951-1952
    4411Architecture Building mech. specs (Gritschke's rough drafts), undated
    4412Bradley building, 1950-1951
    4413Bradley building (office copy - R. J. Snelling), undated
    4414Brown dormitory alteration, 1948
    4415Burge and Stevens specification - apartments, undated
    4416Chemistry Annex addition, 1952
    4417Classroom building, 1947-1948
    4418Classroom building, undated
    4419Classroom building specification data, undated
    4420Classroom building specifications, 1948
    4421Classroom building specs (electric wiring, refrigeration) and Gritschke's rough drafts, undated
    4422Classroom building specs (heating and process piping) - Gritschke's rough draft, undated
    4423Classroom building specs (plumbing and ventilation) - Gritschke's rough drafts, undated
    4424Combat room, 1946
    4425Covered passage, July 9, 1947
    4426Dormitories, misc. memos and calcuations, 1945-1946
    4427Dormitories: preliminary and rough drafts, 1946
    4428Dormitory fire code alterations, undated
    4429Dormitory group, 1947
    4430Dormitory group building specifications (R. J. Snelling desk copy), undated
    4431East locker rooms - bids, 1945
    4432Electrical distribution system - bids, March 5, 1947
    4433Electrical distribution system (R. J. Snelling desk copy), March 12, 1947
    4434Library building, 1949-1953
    4435Library building bids, April 1951
    4436Library building specifications, architectural trades - rough drafts, 1950
    4437Library building specifications, mechanical work - rough drafts, undated
    4438Specifications for the construction of covered passage - Electrical Engineering building (R. J. Snelling desk copy), June 26, 1947
    4439Specifications for electrical work at Grant Field, February 7, 1946
    4440Specifications for refrigerating equipment for addition to dining hall (R. J. Snelling desk copy), July 23, 1948
    4441Transmittal form letters, 1950-1952
    4442Warehouse and garage - supplementary list of modifications (R. J. Snelling desk copy), September 24, 1946

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    611Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    612Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    613Alteration and addition to Research Building, undated
    614Bulletin no. 1 - dormitory group, May 11, 1946
    615Bulletin no. 1 - naval air station, July 18, 1946
    616Bulletin no. 2 - naval air station, July 19, 1946
    617Bulletin no. 3 - naval air station, undated
    618Bulletin no. 4 - naval air station, July 23, 1946
    619Dormitory group - bulletin no. 1 (folder 1 of 4), undated
    6110Dormitory group - bulletin no. 1 (folder 2 of 4), undated
    6111Dormitory group - bulletin no. 1 (folder 3 of 4), undated
    6112Dormitory group - bulletin no. 1 (folder 4 of 4), undated
    6113Dormitory group - bulletin no. 2 (folder 1 of 2), May 15, 1946
    6114Dormitory group - bulletin no. 2 (folder 2 of 2), May 15, 1946
    6115Dormitory group - bulletin no. 3 (folder 1 of 2), May 17, 1946
    6116Dormitory group - bulletin no. 2 (folder 2 of 2), May 17, 1946
    6117Dormitory group - window shades, undated
    6118Electrical distribution system, undated
    6119Electrical distribution system - addenda to specifications, March 12, 1947
    6120Electrical distribution system - bulletin no. 1, February 20, 1947
    6121Installation of metering equipment at U.S. naval air station, undated
    6122N.A.S. metering equipment - specification changes, October 16, 1946
    6123Naval air station - alterations (folder 1 of 3), undated
    6124Naval air station - alterations (folder 2 of 3), undated
    6125Naval air station - alterations (folder 3 of 3), undated
    6126Research addition bulletin no. 1, June 14, 1946
    6127Research addition - bulletin no. 2, June 18, 1946
    6128Specifications to locker rooms of east stands (office copy), September 1, 1945

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    651AIA-ACSA conference - April 1956, March 1956
    652AIA convention/regional conference, 1954
    653AIA regional conference (Charleston), 1955
    654Annual reports, 1950-1953
    655ACSA regional meeting - New Orleans, 1955
    656Correspondence, 1947-1950
    657Correspondence, 1949-1950
    658Dormitories - shop drawings - aluminum doors and frames, undated
    659Dormitories - shop drawings - hardware schedule, 1946
    6510Dormitories - shop drawings - industrial steel doors, 1946
    6511Dormitories - shop drawings - metal doors and frames, undated
    6512Dormitories - shop drawings, reinforcing steel (folder 1 of 4), 1946-1947
    6513Dormitories - shop drawings, reinforcing steel (folder 2 of 4), 1946-1947
    6514Dormitories - shop drawings, reinforcing steel (folder 3 of 4), 1946-1947
    6515Dormitories - shop drawings, reinforcing steel (folder 4 of 4), 1946-1947
    6516Dormitories - shop drawings - roofing and sheet metal, 1946
    6517General objectives for overall design in city centers (folder 1 of 2), undated
    6518General objectives for overall design in city centers (folder 2 of 2), undated
    6519Incomplete, 1953-1955
    6520Pending, 1953
    6521School applications for positions (RESTRICTED), 1948-1951
    6522West stands - electrical work, undated
    6523West stands - finishing hardware, 1946-1947
    6524West stands - miscellaneous metals (folder 1 of 4), undated
    6525West stands - miscellaneous metals (folder 2 of 4), undated
    6526West stands - miscellaneous metals (folder 3 of 4), undated
    6527West stands - miscellaneous metals (folder 4 of 4), undated
    6528West stands - plumbing, undated
    6529West stands - sheet metal work, 1947
    6530West stands - steel rolling doors, 1947
    6531West stands - steel windows, 1947

    Box

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    661Addition to dining hall, June 14, 1948
    662Addition to dining hall, June 14, 1948
    663Addition to dining hall, June 14, 1948
    664Addition to dining hall - specification amendment, July 9, 1948
    665Alterations to Julius Brown dormitory, February 2, 1948
    666Bulletin no. 1 - addition to dining hall, June 25, 1948
    667Bulletin no. 2 - addition to dining hall, June 28, 1948
    668Bulletin no. 3 - addition to dining hall, June 30, 1948
    669Bulletin no. 1 - dormitory group (initialed record copy for architect), May 11, 1946
    6610Bulletin no. 3 - dormitory group, May 17, 1946
    6611Julius Brown alterations - amendments to general conditions, May 16, 1948
    6612Julius Brown alterations - bulletin no. 1, February 20, 1948
    6613Library building - correction of work memoranda and data, undated
    6614Miscellaneous, 1947-1948
    6615Naval air station, 1946
    6616New west stands - original specifications (in envelope), 1946
    6617Partitions in athletic building, February 27-28, 1946
    6618Plumbing, heating, ventilating, and electrical specifications - addition to dining hall, undated
    6619Plumbing, heating, ventilating, and electrical specifications - addition to dining hall, June 25, 1948
    6620Research ADD duplicate copies, 1949
    6621Research addition #4901 - new stencils, 1949
    6622Research addition - addendum to specifications, undated
    6623Research addition bids, June-July 1946
    6624Research addition - hold file, 1946-1947
    6625Research addition - job no. 4604, 1946-1948
    6626Research addition (second) job no. 4901 (folder 1 of 2), 1948-1951
    6627Research addition (second) job no. 4901 (folder 2 of 2), 1948-1951
    6628Research Building, 1945
    6629Research Building, 1945
    6630Research Building network calculator, 1945-1947
    6631Research Building X-ray data (folder 1 of 2), undated
    6632Research Building X-ray data (folder 2 of 2), undated
    6633Specifications for condensate pump and piping - boiler plant, March 15, 1947
    6634Student activities building, 1948-1950
    6635Specifications for refrigerating equipment - addition to dining hall, July 23, 1948
    6636Station WGST, 1947-1948
    6637Steam distribution system bids, 1946
    6638Textile building, 1948-1949
    6639Textile building elevator, 1947
    6640Textile building - miscellaneous data and memoranda, undated
    6641Textile building - tabulation of bids, undated
    6642U.S. Naval Air Station metering, 1946-1947
    6643Warehouse and garage specifications, 1946
    6644West stands bids, 1945
    6645West stands bids, 1946
    6646WGST - specification data, undated
     

    SERIES 3: Center for Architectural Conservation, ca. 1980s

    Box

    25Center for Architectural Conservation, 1980s

    Contains files on personnel. Also contains a large number of ARP files on research, research opportunities, and research awards.

    Box

    23Center for Architectural Conservation, ca. 1980s

    Contains files on background, book order lists, and curriculum. Also contains some general administrative files for Georgia Tech (A-R) and Architecture (on organizations and interoffice memos)

    Box

    22Center for Architectural Conservation, ca. 1980s

    Contains files on expenses and budget, interiors' papers, and procedures

    Box

    16Center for Architectural Conservation, ca. 1982-ca. 1984

    Contains files on research, research projects, and research faculty

    Box

    20Center for Architectural Conservation, ca. 1984-ca. 1988

    Contains files on curriculum, background, equipment inventory, and miscellaneous files, as well as a few ARP files

     

    SERIES 4: Subject files, ca. 1970-ca. 1995

    Box

    62Budget, Personnel, Curriculum Files (some files RESTRICTED), 1950s

    Personnel files are RESTRICTED

    Fldr

    1Citation certificate - American Institute of Architects, October 1980

    Box

    26Cortona Study Program, ca. 1968-ca. 1971

    Contains drawings, one photograph, and books and printed matter in Italian

    Box

    40Course files, ca. 1949-1952

    Box

    11Course Offerings (some files RESTRICTED), ca. 1980-ca. 1990

    Contains files on course offerings in Architecture, by quarter; all GRA/GTA files restricted

    Box

    12Course Offerings, ca. 1983-ca. 1990

    Contains files on course offerings in Architecture, by quarter

    Box

    85Course Offerings, Course Descriptions, 1982-1990

    Contains files on course offerings in Architecture, by quarter (1982-1989), and course descriptions (1986-1990)

    Box

    72Course Outlines (syllabi), Final Grades (grade files RESTRICTED), Research Proposals, ca. 1970s

    Box

    64Departmental Files (some files RESTRICTED), 1940s-1950s

    Contains budget, personnel, job application files (personnel and job application files RESTRICTED); also files on university system, seminars, Dean of Students

    Box

    24Departmental Files (some files RESTRICTED), ca. 1980-ca. 1984

    Contains committee minutes on advisory committee, undergraduate committee, and other committees; materials on "E" Fund plan for 1980s; request for grant file, grades (RESTRICTED)

    Box

    63Departmental Files (some files RESTRICTED), 1940s-1950s

    Contains budget, curriculum, personnel files (personnel files are RESTRICTED)

    Box

    81Departmental Files, ca. 1970s

    Files include reports on curriculum and changes in curriculum; some photographs of architecture building

    Box

    98Departmental Files, 1958-1960

    Box

    97Departmental Files (some files RESTRICTED), 1960s

    Files include materials on the Graduate Council, budget, and grades by quarter (grades files RESTRICTED)

    Box

    74Departmental Files, ca. 1980s

    Files include by-laws, correspondence, grant projects

    Box

    87Departmental Files (some files RESTRICTED), ca. 1980s-ca. 1990s

    Files containing grades and class records (first four files) are RESTRICTED; other general office files

    Box

    49Departmental Files, ca. 1983-ca. 1990

    Box

    56Departmental Files - Research, 1980s

    Box

    47Departmental Files - Subject Files, 1940s-1950s

    Box

    67Departmental Files - Subject Files (some files RESTRICTED), 1950s

    Contains general office files, file on scholarships (RESTRICTED)

    Box

    15Departmental Files - Subject Files (some files RESTRICTED), ca. 1960-ca. 1989

    Contains budget files, log books, files on students (Restricted)

    Box

    69Departmental Files - Subject Files, 1975-1977

    Contains general office files (alphabetical - D-M)

    Box

    32Departmental Files - Subject Files (A-G), ca. 1977-ca. 1983

    Contains files on courses, affirmative action, P. M. Heffernan directives, space planning and facilities, and other topics

    Box

    43Departmental Files - Subject Files, ca. 1970-ca. 1980

    Box

    18Departmental Files - Subject Files, ca. 1987-ca. 1989

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    28Departmental Files - Subject Files (A-N)(some files RESTRICTED), ca. 1970-ca. 1985

    Contains subject files on assistantships, city planning, the "E" project, grades (these files are restricted), graduate division, masters degree, etc.

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    46Departmental Files - Subject Files (School of Architecture), ca. 1940-ca. 1950

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    42Departmental Files - Subject Files (School of Architecture), ca. 1960-ca. 1979

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    52Departmental Files - Subject Files A-S, ca. 1970-ca. 1980

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    29Drawings and slides, undated

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    17Employee Records, Budget (some files RESTRICTED), ca. 1963-ca. 1970

    Contains files on former employees (these files are restricted), and several files on the budget during the 1960s

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    30Floppy Diskettes (access is restricted because of format), ca. 1980-ca. 1985

    Contains floppy diskettes on various topics and research projects (access is not possible because of the format)

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    34Floppy Diskettes (access is restricted because of format), ca. 1980-ca. 1985

    Contains floppy diskettes on various topics and research projects (access is not possible because of the format)

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    31Floppy Diskettes (access is restricted because of format), ca. 1980-ca. 1985

    Contains floppy diskettes on various topics and research projects (access is not possible because of the format)

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    83Floppy Diskettes (access is restricted because of format), ca. 1980-ca. 1987

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    10General College Awards, Artifacts, ca. 1978-ca. 1992

    Contains framed plaques and other textile artifacts

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    35Grade Rolls, Budget (most RESTRICTED), ca. 1983-ca. 1989

    Contains student grade reports (restricted), invoices and travel claims for College of Architecture

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    27Graduate Programs, Students, ca. 1979-ca.1990

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    33Industrial Design Notes and Articles, ca. 1970-ca. 1980

    Contains notes and articles on various industrial design problems

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    53Information Packet Mailings, ca. 1985-ca. 1990

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    51Information Packet Material, ca. 1989-ca. 1991

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    57Information Packets, 1990s

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    91Morgue Development, ca. 1990-ca. 1995

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    93NAAB (National Architectural Accrediting Board), 1978-1982

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    94NAAB (National Architectural Accrediting Board), 1981-1983

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    95NAAB (National Architectural Accrediting Board), 1982-1983

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    92NAAB (National Architectural Accrediting Board), 1984-1985

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    96NAAB (National Architectural Accrediting Board); Departmental Files (one file RESTRICTED), 1982-1989; 1960s

    Files include materials on NAAB, binders containing correspondence, one file containing grades (RESTRICTED)

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    54Paris Program, ca. 1980-ca. 1990

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    13Registration Files, 1980s

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    82Research Reports (monthly summaries of research reports and awards for Georgia Tech), 1981-1983

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    73Student Projects, ca. 1980s

    Files (mainly Jim Williamson) include student work and slides